A few weeks ago, we got our first look at the upcoming Razer Phone 2. It showed a device that appeared nearly identical to the original, at least from from the front perspective provided. Today we’re getting our second good look at the device, courtesy of ever-reliable leaker Evan Blass.
Aside from corroborating the earlier report, the new leak does at least show the phone has a rearranged camera setup. There still appear to be dual cameras on board, and there’s no telling whether Razer actually improved them, but maybe it’s a sign Razer is focusing more on image quality this time around (that’s just me hoping though).
Enough politics for today. pic.twitter.com/5nUc3xdden
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) September 28, 2018
As they say, it’s what’s inside that counts, and that’s where we expect to see most changes on this model. We’re assuming the typical bump up to a Snapdragon 845 processor, and though the battery will seemingly remain at 4,000 mAh, that’s already as much as the top phones out there. In any case, the 845 is a more efficient processor than the 835, so hopefully that’ll translate to better battery too.
Razer sent out invites for a launch event on October 10 where we expect to hear all about the Razer Phone 2. Stay tuned to TNW for more.
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